Anglers from all over agree: when it comes to escaping the chaos of everyday life, there’s nothing quite like a fishing trip. The peacefulness and appreciation for nature that come with this timeless activity are hard to find elsewhere. That’s why we’ve rounded up some of the best fishing cabins in Wisconsin, a state with more than 15,000 lakes. Pack your fishing rods, lures, and waders—it’s time to head to the lake.
Comprising more than 8,800 square feet and nine bedrooms, Whispering Pines Lodge has plenty of space to spread out—even if you’re bringing the entire family and then some. This expansive home has jaw-dropping features that will keep every member of your crew entertained after a long day of fishing on the private dock, including a home theater, game room, and a massive dining table for epic dinners or a rousing game of Monopoly.
Fish fact: During the summer months, you can find a wide array of fish in Eagle River—from Walleye, to bass, to Northern Pike, and more.
If you’re looking to really get away from it all, this fishing cabin in Wisconsin is for you. Lakeside Lookout has access to miles of beautiful trails, and the lovely wooded yard adds an extra element of seclusion. The home comes with a private dry sauna you’re welcome to use, and at night, you can stargaze from the deck overlooking Little Arbor Vitae Lake.
Fish fact: In the 480-acre Little Arbor Vitae Lake, you can expect to find Musky, Largemouth Bass, Panfish, and Walleye.
Sip your morning coffee from the spacious patio of this four-bedroom home set on Big Saint Germain Lake. After a long day on the water, you can cook up the day’s catch on the gas grill, gather around the firepit, or cozy up inside with a book.
Fish fact: Big Saint Germain Lake is an angler’s dream, with a variety of fish including Musky, Panfish, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Northern Pike, Trout and Walleye.
If you’re traveling with a smaller crew, consider making Honey Badger Lodge your fishing retreat for the weekend. This two-bedroom, one-bath home is perched along the Eagle River, just minutes from the adjoining Yellow Birch Lake and Watersmeet Lake.
Fish fact: The waters of Eagle River can be crowded during the day, so aim to cast your line early in the morning or in the evening.
This home is great for large groups, with four bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, and a spacious den with comfy furniture. A large yard will ensure that the kids have room to roam, and of course there’s the private dock, perfect for launching your boat for a day of angling on Presque Isle Lake.
Fish fact: At its deepest point, Presque Isle Lake descends 103 feet, and it’s home to Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Muskie, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, and Walleye.
At the spacious Stone Lake View, you can watch the sunrise from the outdoor dining area with a hot cup of coffee in hand, then head down to the private dock where dogs can jump into the water to cool down, and you can launch your kayak. As a bonus, it even has a sauna to cleanse the hustle and bustle of city life from your system.
Fish fact: You’ll find the usual suspects in Stone Lake, namely Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, Muskie, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, and Walleye.
A sprawling rural cabin with wall-to-floor windows, North Branch Lodge immerses you in the woods and surrounding natural environment. After a long day of fishing along Third Lake, huddle around the fire pit with your loved ones to swap stories and toast marshmallows.
Fish fact: Third Lake is small in size and less densely populated then other nearby fishing destinations, so you can enjoy complete seclusion as you catch Bluegill and Largemouth Bass.